churn


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to cause to move to and fro violently

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

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a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk

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stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter

be agitated

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One source says that when a wartime butter shortage occurred, Dazey came up with a churn that used one pound of butter and one pound of milk to produce two pounds of butter, but I can find nothing to verify that.
Not only were costs reduced by 40 percent due to the highly specific targets, but uplift modeling yielded less churn on these large quantities of data over traditional models.
Agama's Churn Identification Application can identify customers experiencing problems and at risk of churning.
Churn is a critical measure of customer loyalty, representing the percentage of customers who leave their wireless providers in a given period.
Austin to describe the creation of Churn Book series and how he was able to structure his protagonist and villain.
For a couple of hundred pounds you can buy machines which churn and freeze, but will still take a while to churn down fully but are a lot better than the cheaper ones.
Despite the continuous growth in subscriber additions, mobile churn rates have spiralled upward in developed economies over the last few years.
The satellite broadcaster reported an inflated churn rate of 11.
Vasuki, the colossal Serpent King, wrapped his coils around Mandara and joined the dairy industry as the churn cord.
Unilever reports that double churn refers to a proprietary, innovative new technology allows it to deliver "all of the creamy taste of regular ice cream with half the fat.
The poll found that 83% of the group believe buyer churn has a negative impact on business.
The book's greatest strength is the collection of hymns, beautiful poems and comforting scriptures in each chapter; its weakness, however, is that Churn draws too much of her material from her specific counseling encounters and it can be difficult to relate Churn's examples to one's own experience.
The term was picked up from the magazine and cable-television businesses, where churn has long been a problem.
wireless subscribers will churn in 2002, but that's just the beginning.